The 12th September 2015 saw the debate and subsequent rejection of Labour MP Rob Marris’ Assisted Dying Bill. This Bill would have decriminalised assisting people to end their own life in a prescribed set of circumstances and if their life…
Tessa Craythorne discusses medical negligence in detail, including an explanation of what it is and any difficulties with proving it.
Tessa Craythorne looks at autonomy in a medical context and discusses whether or not we are really capable of an autonomous decision.
Tessa Craythorne discusses how the law of defamation has been altered by the advent of social media and the Internet.
Tessa Craythrone talks about the development of the law on character merchendising and image rights, with particular reference to Eddie Irvine.
Tessa Craythorne provides an overview into the common law remedy of ‘passing off’, discussing the three core elements of the action.
Tessa Craythorne discusses the UK copyright position with regard to music sampling, and examines how the 'Fair Use' defence employed in the USA differs from the UK.